Florida implemented a new texting and driving ban to change the culture of driving in Florida and decrease the number of vehicle accidents on our roads. These rules became effective July 1st.
The Florida Highway Patrol was called to the scene of a fatal accident in Doral on Thursday, November 15th.
The crash happened in the westbound lanes of the Dolphin Expressway, near Northwest 107th Avenue. The westbound lanes were shut down while troopers investigated. At this time, no information has been released on the cause of the crash or the number of vehicles involved. The victim has not been identified.
In Indian River County, a car broke through the railroad crossing arm on Oslo Road Friday morning, when it was suddenly struck by a train. The train pushed it into the front of a stopped SUV, according to law enforcement officials.
19-year-old Chelsey Murphy was killed in an accident when she was crossing the street and was hit by a distracted driver. She was left in a coma at the hospital and was pronounced brain dead. Now, her mother wants to bring justice by introducing new laws on these terrible accidents.
First with Charles and now Edwards, the Florida Supreme Court has effectively eviscerated any possible means of protecting any physician peer review from public disclosure, even if the peer review is created at the express direction of an attorney solely for purposes of anticipated litigation. In Edwards, the Court has, in essence, revoked any work product or attorney-client privilege protection such reports might have had.
We are currently more than half way through the 2013 year and we have all heard many commercials telling us that the Florida No-Fault PIP statute has changed. The new law is long and confusing. This post will identify the major changes of this new law and also expose what rules... Read More
Florida middle school students know why a separation of powers is crucial to a legitimate government, but Amendment 5 apparently doesn’t get it. Now, Florida voters hold that precious balance in their hands on Election Day, which could spell disaster for the future of law-making in our state. Vote NO... Read More
Florida drivers currently have no legal requirement to leave their cell phones off while driving, but that may soon change.
This week the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommended all states ban cell phone use behind the wheel, becoming the first federal agency to call for an outright prohibition on... Read More